Burton Latimer Baptist Church’s allotment is located behind the church and is 50×80 feet. It includes 2 raised beds, 2 fruit cages and a greenhouse. The allotment is looked after by Derek Muggleton, who grows vegetables for the Church Luncheon Club and makes jam from the fruit to sell to[…]
The Bluebell Walk in aid of The Leprosy Mission took place at Rutland Water on Saturday 23 April 2016. It was a beautiful morning and the bluebell display was the best that had been seen for many years. Over 20 walkers enjoyed the beauty of the surroundings, the exercise and the[…]
On Sunday morning the church enjoyed a wonderfully celebratory service as Joel Picket (18) was baptised. Music was led by our worship group as well the Picket family who led us in another great song. Joel joined the church recently when his parents moved up from London and serves as[…]
Our Easter Sunday morning started with a breakfast at 9.00 am for those who can cope with this early hour when we also celebrated communion. The main morning service was a truly celebratory festival with every age and style of worship been fully represented. The service opened with an introit[…]
On February 18-20, we performed our 2016 Pantomime, Sleeping Beauty. It was great fun for everyone involved and allowed us the opportunity to build strong relationships within our community. Thank you to the entire cast, our director, Joyce, and everyone who helped out backstage for all of your hard work.[…]
Every month a group of men meet together for a delicious cooked breakfast and to enjoy a time of friendship together. We also invite a speaker who gives a brief talk relating life and faith from a man’s point of view.
On Saturday 19th December some people from our church joined together with the Gretton Silver Band to Sing and play carols outside our local Sainsbury’s store. Our thanks to Sainsbury’s for allowing us to be there and to Gretton Silver Band for playing for us. We collected for Spurgeon’s Childcare.[…]
Today we celebrated the 271st anniversary of Burton Latimer Baptist Church. Everyone met in the John Yeomans Hall where we enjoyed an evening full of good food, fellowship and fun games.
The induction service for Revd. Mark Welch was conducted by our regional minister Revd. Collin Pye. After opening worship, our secretary, Nigel, told how we came to call Mark to the church here and then Mark himself stated his calling and journey to us. Commitments were then made by both[…]
This was held on Saturday September 19th and the Revd. Brian Barker led the service in his usual way and the hymns were some of John’s favourites. Various friends gave tributes during the service beginning with Keith Rugg who is now at Market Harborough, and told of his meeting with[…]